Our days were pretty well planned out days in advanced leaving room for any sudden changed that need to be added. Everyday was a chance to learn something from someone with more experience than you, reading a Technical Manual, or going out and getting hands experience just from looking or working with the Mechanics. Those appointed above me were very knowledgeable about our gear, and taking care of those appointed to them. My co- workers were as close to me as family and they could be. Disagreements came up from time to time but at the end of the day we worked together to complete whatever task giving to us. The hardest part of the job was getting out of the normal day to day routine. Everyday that I could be with my family(co-workers) and work HE and teach was a job day.